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Tag Archives: Ohio to Erie Trail
I found a great article MT. BIKERS vs EQUESTRIANS: An explanation of horses to bikers – written by a biker and recommend it highly. This article is written with a specific focus on mountain bike trails but contains outstanding information … Continue reading
When navigating with The Ohio To Erie Trail Printed Maps take note of the bridges and use them as landmarks. Understanding when the route goes over or under a bridge, or over a road at surface level can help you … Continue reading
The mileage marks on the Ohio To Erie Trail Printed Maps can help you to calculate the distance between trail towns and other locations on the route. Mileage marks are indicated by red arrows. The distance, in miles, between two … Continue reading
The Ohio To Erie Trail Printed Maps were designed to be easy to use if you are traveling north to south or south to north. The map panels and the accompanying text was created to be useful regardless of your … Continue reading
The Ohio To Erie Trail Printed Maps contain the most current information on newly paved trail sections and changes to the road routes of the Ohio To Erie Trail. Late in 2013 some new construction allowed several miles of road … Continue reading
Guy and I are delighted to announce the big news! Printed Maps of The Ohio to Erie Trail are now available! They are the perfect companion to our IGotABike Ohio To Erie Trail Guide. The even bigger news is that … Continue reading
Version 1 of the Trail Guide was released in May 2013 and has been wildly successful. A giant thank you to all who purchased the guide and encouraged us to “keep riding and writing!” The new version contains updated and … Continue reading
There is a fun 1/8 mile loop dee lou fork in the trail in the Ohio and Erie Canal Metroparks near the Harvard Road trail head. This is where we found Captain Blue just as he was wondering which way … Continue reading
UPDATE May 11. 2013 the West 3rd Street Bridge is now open. Doesn’t matter. West 14th Street through Tremont is the best way to go. The official route of the Ohio to Erie Trail remains blocked due to the West … Continue reading
Guy and I have been getting a lot of e-mail asking us which way is better for riding the Ohio to Erie trail. Of course we suggest both is best! Ride it round trip like we did! Guy and I … Continue reading